What would you like to do?
You cut off a little piece. Put it in your mouth. Then chew! ;-) Honestly, that is the only way I have ever eaten it...it does the job!
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Good question, I would ask your child's/children's pediatrician. Or search with Korean/China doctors or population, message board etc,.
very expensive since it is difficult to produce $250 to $500 per lb sometimes even more
Yes, so dont eat too much!
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Put in in chicken stew or broth. Alternatively, steep it in boiling water to make a tea.
Root, powder, capsules or liquid tincture. Tea: 2 or more tsp of the herb with boiling water. Tincture: .5 tsp daily. Powder: .5 to 1 tsp per serving. Taken between meals and …not longterm. And more . . .
Saponin triterpenoid glycosides or chemicals commonly called ginsenocides.
American ginseng grows wild in the forests of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada. It grows in shady, moist and hilly regions.
Stress, strengthens the immune system, high blood pressure, excess nervous energy, ulcers, chronic fevers, infectious diseases, tuberculosis, bronchitis, asthma and voice loss….
Panax quinquefolius and belongs to the Araliaceae family.
Adaptogen, immune enhancing effects, lowers blood pressure, sedative.
Yes it is. Ginseng is in almost all energy drinks. it is not the best for you, but it is safe. Ginseng is also in ice tea most of the time. its not like its really bad, just d…oesn't do anything positive for you. its for the flavor.
It is a perennial herb, distinguished by its dark green leaves and clusters of red berries.
It is better to drink beetroot juice. Do not strain the juice.